Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Ordering for August 7 ends Tuesday at 8:00 PM

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How was your long weekend? Who knew that we just needed to wait until August for Summer to start!

Notes for This Week:
  • The mushrooms are from Leamington, which is a bit father away than 100 miles
  • Traditional Foods is offering 1 lb of Stewing Beef for $5.50 this week (regularly $6.00)
  • If you have a source of one sided paper please contact us. We can use it to print your pickup slips and save some trees in the process.
Our 'meat', 'dairy', 'baked goods' and 'other' categories have subcategories. Look for them under the main categories. If you hadn't noticed them yet, you can now check out the beef, pork, cheese and other products that you may have been missing!

Palatine Fruits
The following is a note from Mary Jane about the soft fruits we will have this week:

This week we have apricots, Garnet Beauty peaches and 2 kinds of plums!!
This will be the last week of apricots! Their season will be coming to an end! So if you need some for dehydrating, jamming or cooking this is your last chance!
The Garnet beauty peaches a little bigger yet than the Harrow Diamond peaches and just as flavourful! They are a cling stone peach (the flesh clings to the pit). They are good for eating or cooking (if you want pie).
We have a limited quantity of Early Golden plums. These are the ones that have a bit of zing from the skin along with the sweet of the flesh.
The Shiro plums are a bit larger than the Early Golden plums and are about the same for sweetness. It does not have the same tartness or zing from under the skin. When I was in Zehrs last summer and observed the Ontario fruit they had...it was all Shiro plums.
Just a reminder - All the fruit we get from Eva and Rene are 'tree run'. We do this to avoid the sorting station that insists on fungicidal baths, fuzz removal (peaches) and paraffin wax coatings!. This means some fruit will be larger and some smaller, some more ripe and some less ripe, some firsts and some seconds, all in the same box!

See you on Friday,
Bailey's Local Foods

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